Housing with Supportive Services

Fresno Housing Authority is committed to providing quality housing with permanent supportive services to homeless individuals and families throughout Fresno County. The agency is developing a group of apartment buildings scattered throughout the city of Fresno specially-designed to serve the needs of Fresno residents who are homeless, mentally ill, or disabled. In selecting the name, “Renaissance,” for these properties, Fresno Housing committed itself to revitalizing buildings and transforming lives of the residents in these units.

Apartments at the Renaissance complexes utilize project-based vouchers. A total of 69 units are being developed through the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

Renaissance at Trinity provides 20 furnished apartments along with services needed by residents. All of the units in each of the Renaissance buildings will be permanently-affordable and provide supportive services. With the completion of the three Renaissance developments, Fresno Housing will have 117 apartments with permanent supportive services for formerly-homeless individuals

For more information about Fresno Housing’s efforts to address homelessness, download: Working to Address the Challenge of Fresno’s Mentally Ill and Homeless Residents (PDF).


Renaissance at Alta Monte, 205 North Blackstone Avenue, Fresno
Renaissance at Santa Clara, 503 G Street, 512 F Street, and 1555 Santa Clara Street, Fresno
Renaissance at Trinity, 524 South Trinity Street, Fresno